20 August 2014

New sections added to the CreativeCH toolkit

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Salzburg Research added two new sections to the CreativeCH toolkit.

The first section is Open Access to Cultural Heritage Content: Since about 20 years the Open Access movement has been successful in making ever more content in the fields of cultural heritage, academic works and educational resources openly available. Cultural heritage content presents a special situation because a lot of it is in the Public Domain (i.e. the copyright has expired) and is curated by publicly funded institutions. You can access this section directly from here.

The second one is about Creative cultural diversity. Cultural diversity is a core topic in the field of cultural heritage on the international level as well as in local contexts. A “diversity advantage” is assumed for cities that nourish and support cultural diversity and creativity. But recognition and communication of the heritage of different communities involves specific challenges that must be addressed by cultural heritage institutions. You can access this section directly from here.





  • PIN - Università di Firenze
  • Salzburg Research
  • Universidade de Coimbra
  • Generalitat de Catalunya
  • Universitatea de Vest din Timisoara
  • MFG Baden-Württemberg

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